Why Finish Books? →
consideringlily: by Tim Parks for The New York Review of Books In this regard it’s worth noting that stories were not always obliged to have an end, or to keep the same ending…It was only when myth became history, as it were, that we began to feel there should be just one “proper” version, and set about forgetting the alternatives. With novels, the endings I’m least disappointed with are...
Days go by. Sometimes you indulge in dreaming about the possibilities of this...– “What Really Happens When You Don’t Follow Your Heart” Thought Catalog